The workshop will build on themes developed in a recent paper “Creating leadership collectives for sustainability transformations” (Care et al Sustainability Science (2021) 16:703–708; https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s11625-021-00909-y), which argues for a new leadership model that incorporates critical refection, inclusivity and care, as a prerequisite for the shift from disciplinary to inter- and trans-disciplinary research, necessary if we are to achieve sustainable outcomes for the planet.
The workshop will focus on identifying and discussing the values and principles that will guide the future of leadership for sustainability transformations, and developing the basis for a manifesto based on these principles.
There will be activities to provide workshop participants with opportunities to reflect on leadership values and how these might be codified into a set of principles. The workshop will include a mix of pre-recorded presentations, panel discussion, and group work in breakout mode, to improve understanding of how transformed leadership might better equip our organisations as agents of change.
The workshop will be on Monday June 14 2021 (8.00-11.00 am Brisbane time). This is the third and final in a series organised by the Impact Dialogues working group and will be a virtual meeting at SRI2021 (Sustainability Research and Innovation Congress 2021).
To find out more about the session see: https://attend.sri2021.org/meetings/virtual/ttpgsoLsZ3LRcyz6W and keep an eye on the Impact Dialogues working group webpage. You can also watch these announcements for updates.